Karl Amadeus Hartmann

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Karl Amadeus Hartmann (2 de agosto, 19055 de dezembro, 1963) foi um compositor alemão.


Obras[editar | editar código-fonte]

Óperas[editar | editar código-fonte]

  • Wachsfigurenkabinett, five short operas (1929-30; three not completed), libretti by Erich Bormann
    • Das Leben und Sterben des heiligen Teufels
    • Der Mann, der vom Tode auferstand (unfinished; completed by Günter Bialas and Hans Werner Henze)
    • Chaplin-Ford-Trott, 'scenic jazz cantata' (unfinished; completed by Wilfried Hiller)
    • Fürwahr? (unfinished; completed by Henze)
    • Die Witwe von Ephesus
  • Des Simplicius Simplicissimus Jugend (1934-35; revised 1956-57 as Simplicius Simplicissimus), libretto by Hermann Scherchen, Wolfgang Petzer and Hartmann after Jakob von Grimmelhausen

Sinfónico[editar | editar código-fonte]

  • Miserae, Symphonic Poem (1933-4)
  • Symphony L’Oeuvre (1937-8; material re-used in Symphony No.6)
  • Symphonic Concerto for string orchestra and soprano (1938; later partly used in Symphony No.4)
  • Sinfonia Tragica (1940, rev. 1943; first movement re-used in Symphony No.3)
  • Symphoniae Drammaticae (1941-43), consisting of:
    • Overture China kampft (1942, rev. 1962 as Symphonische Ouvertüre)
    • Symphonische Hymnen (1941-3)
    • Symphonic Suite Vita Nova for reciter and orchestra (1941-2, unfinished)
  • Adagio for large orchestra (1940-44, revised as Symphony No.2)
  • Symphony Klagegesang (1944; portions re-used in Symphony No.3)
  • Symphony No.1, Versuch eines Requiem for alto and orchestra (1950) – revised version of Symphonisches Fragment
  • Symphony No.2 (1946) – revised version of Adagio
  • Symphony No.3 (1948-9) – adapted from portions of Symphony Klagegesang and Sinfonia Tragica
  • Symphony No.4 for string orchestra (1947-8) – adapted from Symphonic Concerto for strings
  • Symphony No.5, Symphonie concertante (1950) – adapted from Concerto for wind and double basses
  • Symphony No.6 (1951-3) – adapted from Symphony L’Oeuvre
  • Symphony No.7 (1957-8)
  • Symphony No.8 (1960-62)

Concertos[editar | editar código-fonte]

  • Lied for trumpet and wind instruments (1932)
  • Concerto for wind instruments and solo trumpet (1933); recomposed as Concerto for wind instruments and double basses (1948-9), whence Symphony No.5
  • Cello Concerto (1933, lost, probably unfinished)
  • Symphonie-Divertissement for bassoon, tenor trombone, double bass and chamber orchestra (c. 1934, unfinished)
  • Kammerkonzert for clarinet, string quartet and string orchestra (1930-35)
  • Concerto funebre for violin and string orchestra (1939, rev. 1959) (originally entitled Musik der Trauer)
  • Concerto for piano, wind instruments and percussion (1953)
  • Concerto for viola, piano, wind instruments and percussion (1954-6)

Vocal[editar | editar código-fonte]

  • Cantata (1929) for 6-part a cappella choir on texts by Johannes R. Becher and Karl Marx
  • Profane Messe (1929) for a cappella chorus on a text by Max See
  • Kantate for soprano and orchestra on texts by Walt Whitman (1936); later retitled Lamento and in 1938 revised as Symphonisches Fragment, whence Symphony No.1
  • Friede Anno '48 (1936-37) for soprano solo, mixed chorus and piano; revised 1955 as Lamento for soprano and piano
  • Gesangsszene (1962-63) for baritone and orchestra on a text from Sodom and Gomorrah by Jean Giraudoux

Câmara e Instrumental[editar | editar código-fonte]

  • 2 Kleine Suites for piano (c. 1924-6)
  • 2 Sonatas for unaccompanied violin (1927)
  • 2 Suites for Unaccompanied violin (1927)
  • Jazz Toccata and Fugue for piano (1927-8)
  • Tanzsuite for clarinet, bassoon, horn, trumpet and trombone (1931)
  • Kleines Konzert for string quartet and percussion (1932)
  • Burleske Musik for wind instruments, percussion and piano (1931)
  • Sonatina for piano (1931)
  • Toccata variata for wind instruments, piano and percussion (1931-2)
  • Piano Sonata No.1 (1932)
  • String Quartet No.1, Carillon (1933)
  • Piano Sonata No.2, 24.IV.45 (1945)
  • String Quartet No.2 (1945-6)

Fontes[editar | editar código-fonte]

Ligações externas[editar | editar código-fonte]